The courses in Education Studies endeavor to confront the scene of educational research conducted on modern day education and teachers.
Two Courses within the School of Education.
The latter 3 years of the School of Education is divided into “education studies” and “educational psychology studies”. Students who choose educations studies will be affiliated with the two courses below.
- 1｜International Education Culture Course.
- Modern day Japanese society is demanding internationalization. Evaluating educational problems from an international perspective has become an especially significant issue. The International Education Course provides students with the opportunity to conduct research on social news, and Anglo-Saxon, Asian, and African ideologies, educational philosophy research, culture of education, and culture regarding children. International education exchanges will serve as an international point of reference for students to learn about lesson research, improvements for teaching methodologies within Japan and across the world, innovations to the educational system, and provide an international understanding and understanding of different cultures.
- 2｜Educational Society Program
- The Educational Society Program is a course for students to study about theoretical and practical methods and outcomes of modern day social education. In doing so, students are challenged to identify a comprehensive and meaningful social education program for the future. Investigative research proposes: how to sustain today’s school system and organizational, administrative, and management structure and identifies challenges for the aforementioned. Research also evaluates familial and societal characteristics regarding educational achievements and choices, connections between the education and work, and the current state of business education and its issues. Students will explore the sustaining foundations and various relations for the structure of learning and education beyond the scope of academic education among infants, school age children, youth, adults and the elderly. Guided by a historical foundation, scientific analysis will be conducted on issues in the field of modern day education.
- 1｜Shared classes (shared with educational psychology)
- Education studies outline | Educational psychology outline | Educational literature subscription | Psychology studied experiment (I/II) (Kazuo Kato／Hiroyuki Yamaguchi) | Graduate thesis guidance seminar | Graduate Thesis seminar | Graduate Thesis
- 2｜Education studies classes
- Education studies classes (Yuhi Fujita) | Critical education studies (Yuhi Fujita) | Education study of logic (Yuhi Fujita) | Introduction to comparative education studies (Hisao Takekuma) | 比較教育学特論 (竹熊尚夫／エドワード・ヴィッカーズ) | International education theory | Theory of comparative education ideology | Theory of comparative education culture (Yuko Kubota) | Education in Asia | History of education in colonial Japan | Theory of education in foreign cultures | Understanding the education of foreign cultures | Theory of human development (Hiroshi Kume) | Class research methodology (Kiyomi Akita) | Education course and curriculum (Satoru Tanoue) | Study guidance, theory of process of education | Teaching strategy theory (Hiroshi Kume) | Education information engineering (Masahiro Takita) | Education information research methodology (Hiroshi Kume) | Outline of educational anthropology (Ikko Sakamoto) | Cultural anthropology (Mitsuru Hamamoto) | Social anthropology | Theory of comparative culture (Katsuhiko Keida) | Theory of child culture (Ikko Sakamoto) | Practical education | World Work 1,2 (Satoru Tanoue/Yukie oka/Masahiro Takita/Mizuki Harizuka) | Internship (Keiichi Yoshimoto/Masahiro Takita/Naohiro Iida) | Volunteering seminar (Masahiro Motokane/Satoru Tanoue/Tomomi Kawakami) | Introduction to educational history (Yasuaki Shin’ya) | Educational social history (Yasuaki Shin’ya) | Educational social ideology (Yasuaki Shin’ya) | History of Japanese education (Yasuaki Shin’ya) | History of educational culture (Toshiko Nonomura) | History of educational culture ideology (Toshiko Nonomura) | History of educational relations (Toshiko Nonomura) | Teaching methodology (Masahiro Motokane) | Teaching social methodology (Masahiro Motokane) | Educational policy (Masahiro Motokane) | Educational economy (Masahiro Motokane) | Educational administration (Osamu Yaosaka) | Educational management (Osamu Yaosaka) | Educational financial affairs (Osamu Yaosaka) | Educational systems (Osamu Yaosaka) | Regional educational social studies (Makoto Todoroki) | Introduction to educational social studies (Sohei Aramaki) | Educational method of investigation (Sohei Aramaki) | Social development studies (Sohei Aramaki) | Social development educational organisation social studies (Keiichi Yoshimoto) | Advanced educational theory (Keiichi Yoshimoto) | Education and occupation (Keiichi Yoshimoto) | History of social studies | Theory of social studies methodology (Sachie Oka) | Theory of social studies formation | Introduction to lifetime study (Sachie Oka) | Social studies administration (Sachie Oka) | Social studies institutional theory (Sachie Oka) | Mass communication (Kaoru Harada) | Lecture course on social education | Lecture course on international educational culture | Basic theory of town planning (Masahiro Takita) | Education and communication design. (Masahiro Takita)
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